Inside the victory over Boavista
Benfica move onwards and upwards in the Liga Bwin, this time they beat Boavista, on Monday, September 20, at Estádio da Luz. The 3-1 win puts the men under Jorge Jesus as the best attack of the competition, with 16 goals, at the top of the league standings. Take a look behind the scenes of yet another triumph in the Cathedral...
Vertonghen "very happy" for the 50 matches with an eagle on his chest
Jan Vertonghen was a starter in the center of Benfica's defense in the game from matchday 6 of the Liga Bwin against Boavista at Estádio da Luz on September 20 and he reached a milestone in his career with the Sacred Mantle. "I am very happy for the 50 matches with an eagle on my chest!", share the Belgian international in Portuguese.
Diogo Gonçalves makes 50 appearances in the first team
Diogo Gonçalves featured in Benfica's starting eleven against Boavista, in a match held at Estádio da Luz, for matchday 6 of the Liga Bwin. In a game in which he reached 50 matches for the eagles first team, he provided the assist for Darwin's goal, which opened the scoring in the 3-1 triumph. "I am very happy to have completed 50 games for Benfica's first team. May 50 more come, together with all of you! Thanks for the support", shared the defender, addressing the Benfiquistas.
Darwin: "We are on the right track"
Good display, mission accomplished!
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Win of desire in Valter Neves' image
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Aaro Nikula is a new signing
Dennis Clifford strengthens the center position
SL Benfica reaches agreement with Makram Ben Romdhane
German opponent in the EHF European League
Agenda: football and other sports
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